Video Quality Guides and Tutorials
This 2012 tutorial is an overview of the algorithms available in
software, including guidance on which calibration options and
models suit different purposes. Other topics covered are the
different types of models, mapping multiple subjective datasets
onto a single scale, objective video quality model validation, and
Digital Video Library.
This tutorial uses Microsoft PowerPoint®
2010 slides with audio. Start the slideshow
to hear the audio. Subtitles are provided in the notes section for
each page. Microsoft provides a free PowerPoint
viewer for Windows® on their website.
This written guide gives an overview of the VQM
This written guide describes how to use the Command Line VQM
tools. This software does not have a manual. Usage
information is included here, and in the "readme" file.
This video demonstrates how the eyes and
ears work together to understand speech. This is called
audiovisual perception or cross-modal perception. Audio of
a woman saying "ba ba ba" has been dubbed over the
picture of that woman saying "da da da". Your
perception of what she is saying changes as you open and close your
Subtitles are not provided, because the McGurk effect is an
Tutorials from the 1990's
This 1996 tutorial is an overview into early parameters
developped by NTIA. Many of the features and parameters in today's
VQM software are
updated and improved versions of these older algorithms.
This tutorial from the late '90s explains why video quality
metrics are needed.